On the day of their Father's 70th birthday party, four siblings come to terms with the publication of a novel written by the youngest sibling, that exposes the family's most intimate secrets.
I didn't have high expectations and this still disappointed.
Well this was good, but had the potential to be great. In fact, I enjoy the vast majority of the cast, so maybe it's not even as good as I think it is.
I do enjoy a good awkward dinner scene though, and Peep World definitely has that.
Michael C. Hall, Sarah Silverman e Rainn Wilson juntos só podia dar um filmaço, e eu queria muito ver o "Dexter" num papel menos sanguinário. Mas estava errado. A história é uma longa piada promissora que não tem sua "punch line". :-(
Indipendent Dark Comedy, Ron Rifkin, Ben Schwartz, Michael C. Hall, Sarah Silverman, Rainn Wilson, Kate Mara and a few others you might recognize
A dysfunctional family comes together for their fathers 70th Birthday party but there is high tension in the family. The youngest has written a successful novel outlining secrets in the family. Most of the movie covers about 18 hours leading up to the birthday dinner. There are a lot of laughs and some good performances by all the stars in this film. There wasn't any laugh out loud moments but it all works together well. The movie does fall short of its potential with all the star power in this cast but is still worth the watch.
Oh and it has a short running time of just under 80 minutes.
A great cast, but it's way too short and underdeveloped.
Pretty funny, slight stuff coming from a good cast. This one clearly got lost in the shuffle. Not bad.
I’ve been waiting to see PEEP WORLD for a while now. The cast sold me the second I heard about it. Ben “Jean Ralphio” Schwartz alone is enough for me to check anything out. And thankfully the cast delivers because the movie, otherwise, is mostly forgettable.
It’s got its funny moments but it all boils down to a less-quirky, and overall less-interesting, Royal Tenenbaum-esque typical indy flick. Each of the four siblings had their own subplot and the relationships among the varying family members were each different and intriguing in their own right. But nothing really stood out to make this as good as I wanted it to be.
I will say though that Sarah Silverman was great. She’s got…
Not sure about this. Good cast. Good characters. Loose story. Felt unfinished.
Despite a great, vast cast, a terrible ROYAL TENENBAUMS ripoff that can't even achieve a glimmer of that film's greatness.